|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Item Length||13.5 inches|
|Department||Hex Key Sets|
|Item model number||33034|
|Product Dimensions||34.29 x 22.86 x 5.08 cm|
Bondhus 33034 Set of 8 Star T-handles, Graduated Lengths, sizes T9-T40
|Price:||& FREE Delivery|
- Star T-handle sizes T9, T10, T15, T20, T25, T27, T30, and T40
- The cushion grip handle is ergonomically shaped eliminating pressure point
- Tools are Made in the USA with Bondhus proprietary Protanium steel and are up to 20% stronger than competitor tools
- ProGuard Finish is 5 times more effective than the next leading brand in preventing rust, protecting your investment over time
- Lifetime warranty - we will replace it free of charge
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Star T-handles feature welded steel handles with cushion grips sized for maximum torque while protecting the star tip and screw from rounding or stripping. The cushion grip handle is ergonomically shaped eliminating pressure points. The heavy duty handle generates flywheel effect for fast insertion and extraction of screws. Comes with a molded stand that mounts on the wall or work bench. Only available from Bondhus, Protanium steel means these are the strongest tools available.
Dimensions: 13.5″ x 9″ x 2″.
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~ solid built tools
~ made in the USA
~ top heavy t-handle serves as a flywheel to spin long screws in quickly
~ comes with a stand, albeit a cheap one. However, if you want to use it, you can screw it to the wall so that it holds all the wrenches up off your work bench. Convenient if you are going to keep the stand.
~ The smaller wrenches have a large amount of flex in them. What I mean is that when you are turning something and you get to tight, if you keep wrenching, you can feel the bar twisting. This is more of a use "the right tool for the right job" sort of statement than a con. These are not great for high torque (at least not the smaller wrenches), so if you want something you can really tighten down, go for t-handles with a short wrench on the T-handle, or the Bondhus L shaped keys.
Overall, these are fantastic tools if they fit your application.